Events

Kelly’s Toyota are vehicle sponsors for the Donegal Academy

  Kelly’s Toyota are now on board as the official vehicle partner of the Donegal GAA Academy. Karl Lacey, the Head of Academy Development said they were absolutely delighted to have Kelly’s as sponsor and added it was a “fantastic opportunity to work with such an established motor retailer in Donegal with a leading car brand. …

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Clanree team come out top at Donegal GAA Golf Classic 2022, Rosapenna Golf Club

Donegal GAA Golf Classic 2022 at Rosapenna Golf Club   Donegal GAA Finance Committee wish to thank all of our participants, team sponsors and corporate sponsors for their respective contributions to a great day!  We wish to thank event sponsors The Rosapenna Hotel and Golf Resort for their spectacular facilities, support and incredible staff. We …

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Brian McEniff honoured by the Gaelic Writers’ Association

Len Gaynor and Brian McEniff were inducted into the Gaelic Writers’ Association Hall of Fame in Hurling and Football, respectively, last night at the Gaelic Writers Association Awards. The GAA’s write-up commented: “Revolutionary coach Brian McEniff’s achievements in Gaelic Football were also celebrated on the night. The man from Donegal, who led his beloved county …

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CPR/Defibrillator Awareness Workshop on Tuesday July 13

An RTE special report in early June highlighted the  GAA’s Community Heart Programme and highlighted an important initiative that has saved 42 lives in recent years by GAA club-based defibrillators being on hand to help people in a cardiac emergency. Both the GAA and the wider sports community can enrol in a CPR/ Defibrillator Awareness …

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€1,464,670 was raised by Clubs in National Draw with Donegal Prizes heading to Aodh Ruadh, Naomh Bríd, Naomh Mhuire and Naomh Muire

A phenomenal total of €1,464,670 was raised by GAA Clubs through the Association’s  National Club Draw. Uachtarán Cumann Lúthchleas Gael, Larry McCarthy, presided over the eighth GAA National Club draw which took place in Páirc an Chrócaigh. All of the money raised by clubs through the selling of tickets is retained by the clubs, with …

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